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Andrew Zimmern Recipe Coleslaw

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Creamy Coleslaw

Classic Creamy Coleslaw By Andrew Zimmern This grandma-style creamy coleslaw is inspired by the recipe my mother always made when I was a child. For me, it’s perfectly balanced, creamy but not gloppy, tangy with hint of sweetness, crunchy and vegetal. Salting the cabbage forces it to expel some of its moisture, which results in…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern Memorial Day Recipes

What Andrew Zimmern Cooks on Memorial Day

The Best Recipes for a Memorial Day Barbecue From lobster rolls and baby back ribs to homemade baked beans and an easy mixed berry crumble, here are a few delicious ways to help you welcome summer this weekend.   Lobster Rolls, Two Ways Here are two easy recipes for everyone’s favorite summer sandwich, the lobster…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's recipe for Russian dressing

Andrew Zimmern Cooks: Russian Dressing

Russian Dressing By Andrew Zimmern Russian dressing—and yes, where I’m from, we call it Russian dressing not Thousand Island—is one of my favorite condiments. Used as a dip, sandwich spread or salad dressing, it’s piquant, balanced and delicious. I especially love it on a brisket sandwich with melted gruyere cheese. Watch Andrew make this recipe:  

Andrew Zimmern Recipe Whole Roasted Hog

Whole Roasted Hog

Pig Roast Perfection In this episode of Wild Game Kitchen, I marinate a whole young hog in orange juice, vinegar and garlic before roasting it for several hours in a caja china, a wooden box that cooks the pig with downward convective heat. Pull the pork and serve it with a chopped sweet-and-sour Southern-style coleslaw…  Read More

Andrew Zimmern's Remoulade Recipe

Remoulade Sauce Recipe

Remoulade By Andrew Zimmern Remoulade is a tangy mayonnaise-based sauce—flavored with mustard, horseradish, vinegar, chili sauce and scallions—that pairs beautifully with seafood. This recipe is adapted from a dear friend, Jamie Shannon, who passed away many years ago. Jamie was the chef at Commander’s Palace in New Orleans and one of the world’s great taste makers. His…  Read More

Eat, Drink & Party in Madison, Wisconsin

Madtown Recommendations By Molly Mogren Wisconsin’s capital city is also its biggest college town. While Badgers are known to party hard, this hippy-dippy town also offers up amazing ethnic restaurants, classic German bars and locally-driven fine dining. Without further ado… The Classics Tornado Steak House An old-school steak house serving up classic cuts (T-bones, ribeyes…  Read More